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in downtown sacramento, lemons are oh, so much more. >> it's one of those staples. it's one of those foundations of a decent bar is they use a lot of lemons. even--you'll see, you know, you're making limoncello or some kind of infusion in the back. you'll use just the rind, or you're making a syrup with it. but then, you have the lemon leftovers. you can juice it so you get 2 uses out of it. >> they are the main ingredient for several of his specialty drinks on the menu, including a pink lemon margarita. but he's not alone in adding a little zest to his menu. over at rick's dessert diner in sacramento, you know right away this place is special. from the funky exterior to the gigantic cakes that greet you when you walk in, this place is a hit. >> well, we come about once a week, and it's just the freshest desserts. everything is so good here. we moved to sacramento about 2 years ago, and we saw the bright pink building, and we're like, "ok, we have to check that out." and since then, i've been completely hooked. like, have to come and get my fix. [laughs] >> we do desserts the origina
vida. un informe reciente demuestra que sacramento y algunas ciudades vecinas se encuentran que sacramento y algunas ciudades vecinas se encuentran dentro de las urbes más cc1: >> sacramento y ciudades vecinas están entre las economicas. la venta de casas en california bajó cosa que arturo tuvo muy en cuenta. >> queríamos aprovechar ahorita donde el pago de la casa estñ mejor para nosotros. >> este cambio hay que saber aprovecharlso. >> es la oportunidad para muchos hispanos. >> california es conocida como uno de los estados más altos. las contradicciones son sorprendentes. >> la lista de ciudades más caras está. seguida por palo alto. la joya con más. como promedio para compra de vivienda. modesto y sacramento con 257 iml dólares. davis con 561 dólares. aunque suena bien las cosas no son tan sencillas. ese es uno de los procesos que tiene. dice que aún se necesita más educación en este tema. sobre todo entre la población latína. >> pagar una hipoteca está más fácil que rentar. >> hay una gran diferencia. >> miles de dólares, mucho dinero, ahorita es el tiemp
tonight from our panel of three journalists, amy chance from the sacramento bee, kevin riggs of kcra tv, and marion russ of capitol public radio. and as they take their seats, we should let you know that both campaigns have agreed to keep answers to less than 90 seconds and rebuttals less than 30 seconds. there was a flip of the coin who would design who would get the first question. the first question coming from amy chance. >> california has set a record this day for the delay of our state budget, and there's no end in sight. what would you say to those who say that california is ungovernable? and if it wasn't, how would you end the gridlock? >> first of all, let me say thank you to the sponsors of this debate. i'm delighted to be here tonight. i want to talk to you about how we're going to put this state back together. we have one of the most dysfunctional state governments in the country. here's my plan. first, we have to get californians back to work. if we do not put californiians back to work and bring down our 12.4% unemployment rate, there's no way out of this mess. we have th
sacramento. actually, part of sacramento. we have a strong and salsa-type music following. so a lot of us came down here in san francisco to joey's specifically on sunday's. so i know as far as all my companions from sacramento that we really enjoy jelly's. and we'll certainly regret it. all of us have felt safe at joey's, it advocated a clean, healthy, fun environment. i'm not aware of the details. i don't believe this is something that was due to joey's and their way of operation. i'd like to express my support for continuation of joey's. thank you. >> for public comment -- >> good morning. i'd like to speak about the waterfront land use plant study. >> this is situation is intolerable. to break up a club and put up a tower, which is against the waterfront plan use specifications that they should connect the land to the bay is crazy. they speak out of two sides of their mouth. that's called corruption. this is not about money and greed. hundreds of car garages is wrong. it's an already difficult situation we have now, so how could you approve a plan like this? it's ridiculous. all we ca
rue robberies banks in a half dozen cities have been hit and several more in the suburbs of sacramento. he appears to be about 40 years old, wears a baseball hat, white shirt and jeans. anyone is information should contact police. >>> the national transportation safety board released findings on the plane crash that killed three. the plane crashed in to a lagoon shortly after takeoff on thursday. the body ofy woman was found shortly after the crash. the bodies of two men were found inside the twin engine beach craft when it was lifted out yesterday. the early investigation failed to pinpoint any obvious cause of the crash. >> a primary investigation has shown everything is present and accounted for. >> the plane had dual control so it's not clear who was piloting. the ntsb expects to release a report in five to ten days. final report will take six to nine months. >>> preventing tragedy on the road. that's what the chp is trying to do this weekend. at the national monument they spent the day inspecting tour bustos make sure they are safe and that the drivers propererly licensed. if th
. the break through tonight on long-overdue budget stalemate in sacramento. >> nannette miranda is live in sacramento. nannette, big 5, governor and two democrats and republicans have a framework for a deal but that is not an iron clad agreement. right? >> that is right. a framework just means general consensus on how to zero out $19 billion deficit. they won't give out details there is where you can be sure it's going to be a combination of cuts and maybe some way to shift revenue around and maybe even some borrowing. and so, right now they're not really telling us what the general consensus is, how much is cut and how much is accounting gimmicks. that is what the staff will do this weekend. and they will come back monday in los angeles and as you know the love has been sick. meetings have been down there. they'll come back to see if leader as agree on what the staff has been talking about and has agreed today. and they come back monday, we're not sure the leaders will agree to details the staff agreed to. >> we have to get through this part. that doesn't guarantee it will get through
entre la comunidad de la ciudad de "red bluff" al norte de sacramento...--"pamela diaz", nos habla de uno de estos casos... "pues yo tengo le dieron mas tiempo . >> cargo por tenener informacion falsa. >> queriamos que fueramos a la oficina a ver unos papeles. >> durante el investigatorio. >> fueron arrestados inmediatamente. >> esta sera referida a la investigación de unidad de fraude. >> todo esto casos me han llegado a mi durante los 3 meses. >> esta oficina no es la oficina autorizada por el gobierno si tiene o no papeles de seguro de salud . >> en la ciudad existen 20 casos similares . >> realizo un foro informativo. >> los niños preguntan mucho por el . >> pese que ella y su abogada pidio que si podia alimentar a su niña pero no la dejaron. >> los expertos dicen que tienen el derecho de permanecer callados. >> prentenden conformar en el congreso venezolano . >> son unas elecciones donde mucho en juego mas poder para chavez o mas poder para la oposicion. >> pero en la medida que pasa el tiempo los indicadores son 70 porciento de las personas salieron a votar. >> hay que alinea
sacramento. and a bit later, the blast that rocked walnut creek, involving a jet fuel line many didn't know was there. . >> on christmas eve, 2008 a natural gas explosion in rancho cordovao near sacramento killed a 72-year-old man and injured five other people. it occurred in a line that state inspectors had checked earlier in the year and found leaking. the federal investigation into the explosion found that pg&e crews used the wrong kind of pipe to fix the line two years earlier and that people in the area had reported the smell of gas before the explosion and fire. sacramento station kc ra cover the plast at the time it happened in december of 2008. >> the first one went boom and the second one went book and in a bling of an eye, bam, it took your breath away. >> reporter: christmas eve in rancho cordova is a day many neighbors will never forget. a natural gas explosion sent people flying from their home. they were the first on scene before the second one went off and crumbled the home. >> you don't have time to have emotions or feelings, but it's an adrenalin rush. >> reporter: did y
-sponsored by the sacramento bee, capital public radio, uc davis and kcra 3 where the news comes first. now, from jackson hall. >> good evening to our television, radio, and internet audience all across this state and beyond and also good evening to all of you here at uc davis at jackson hall. we welcome you to this first debate between these two candidates thiss year. we would again like to thank everybody for being here and right now if you will welcome the democratic and republican nominees for governor of the state of california, jerry brown and meg witman. our questions come in tonight from our panel of three journalists, amy chance from the sacramento bee, kevin riggs of k khr-tv in sacramento and marion russ of capital public radio. we should let you know that both campaigns have agreed to keep answers to less than 90 seconds, rebuttal and follow-up answers to less than 30 seconds. there was a flip of the coin to decide who would get the first question, meg witman, you won the toss. >> there's no end in sight for the budget. what would you say to those who say that california is simply ungovernable? an
. the sacramento kings of the nba. their family's also involved with music, reality tv. even skateboarding. they're all here for the first time ever together. on one show. joe maloof, the president of the maloof companies, gavin maloof, adrian maloof, the only girl, and george maloof jr., and phil maloof. their family spans over 100 years, still work together as a family. tell me about your father, joe. >> just a wonderful human being. >> larry: passed away over 30 years ago. >> 1980. november 29th, 1980. i still remember the day today. wonderful man. loved him. >> larry: what business was he in? >> the beer business. he was a beer distributor, liquor distributor. then he had some hotels around the state of mexico and arizona. >> larry: you were all raised in new mexico? >> yes. >> larry: was it always going to be a family business together, gavin? >> we were brought up that way. we were brought up that way to -- hard work, respect one another, help one another. we fought the competition. we didn't fight amongst ourselves. >> larry: you've always gotten along? >> we've had our differences, but a
of the state capital in sacramento. they called it a call to conscience. it was a rally against gay marriage, pornography and abortion. they call it immoral laws being passed in sacramento. they want traditional marriage restored. proposition 8 approved by 58% of california voters out allowed same sex unification but the ban was ruled unconstitutional. >> today is the first gay pride celebration in oakland since 2004 with funding provided by the port of oakland. today is designated oakland pride day by a resolution passed by the city council. festivities are going to be held in oakland's uptown district from noon to 6:00. there be a diverse line-up of entertainment and food and a variety of exhibits will be part of the fun. the, long term purpose of the event is to educate and make quality awareness and human rights in the community. >> coming up next, insurgents strike a military base in baghdad killing at least a dozen less an weak after the u.s. ended official combat operations. >> some midterm elections are just around the corner and president obama is getting ready Ñpñ >>> in world n
immediately and asked to respond. >> from sacramento? >> from sacramento. >> reporter: neighbors were startled. deer. >> we see them all the time. well, my neighbor has to put nets around her roses to keep them from the -- deer from eating them. and i had to put like a fence to keep the deer from coming in because they used to come in my backyard and sit on my compost. >> reporter: so not that surprising to think the mountain lion was here to feed. take a look. it came down from the hills. not that far of a distance from those hills back down here to the neighborhood. nobody wanted to see it happen to the animal but this is a residential neighborhood. tough call for the police. >> as you said before. if there are deer, mountain lions are close behind. >> reporter: following the food. >> yes, indeed. thank you, simon perez. >>> well, police are still looking for a gunman after shots rang out in berkeley this afternoon. it happened near the intersection of sacramento and oregon streets. witnesses say they heard at least 10 shots. a short distance away, police found bullet holes in this
. >>> high and low in sacramento and why they're protesting at a place of prayer. >>> good evening. i'm ann notarangelo. police wrapped up their search for a missing hercules man. chopper 5 took these pictures late this afternoon as authorities focused their search for frederick solace on this one specific location. today was the second straight day they combed the pittsburg landfill for clues. it follows the bizarre killing spree as authorities try to connect the dots. anne makovec is in pittsburg where police and volunteers are searching for solace. >> reporter: they have been searching here at the dump all day. and so far, they have gotten no clues. they were actually planning on wrapping up at 5:00 p.m. but volunteers have elected to continue searching until 7:00 p.m. for any sign of the man who has been missing since his father was found dead last week. >> we will do what we need to do until we have all of the answers. >> reporter: the dirty job at the keller canyon landfill continued today. two dozen volunteers combing through tons of trash, looking for any sign of the body of 35- yea
for a series of bank robberies in the bay area and sacramento. banks in a half dozen cities have been hit since jiewns june from los gatos to sacramento and he is 40 years old and white nike shirt and jeans and anyone with information should contact police. >>> new clues with the deadly plane crash on the peninsula and what federal investigators have learned so far on what caused the plane to go down. >>> and thousands of christians gather in the state capital to pray for california and the country. >>> hi, folks. meteorologist lawrence karnow in the cbs 5 weather center. low clouds and fog crept onshore overnight but it looks like we have a glimpse of summer sunshine and maybe some heat, too. [ female announcer ] we know jerry brown was mayor of oakland, but what were the results? fact: brown promised to improve schools. but the drop out rate increased 50%, and the state had to take over the schools. fact: the city controller found employees paid for 22,000 hours... they never worked. fact: brown promised to cut crime. but murders doubled, making oakland the 4th most dangerous city in america.
that they want. it was mentioned earlier that on sacramento street itself, which is the neighborhood small business neighborhood corridor, there were 73 shops that said that this is a project that they really wanted. there were -- i have 15, 16 shops that were undecided, didn't really care one way or the other, and then there were only about nine or 10 shops that said, no, this is not something that we want. so when you have that kind of disparity and 74 of your small businesses coming to you saying the economy is awful, we need something to help us, we need to strengthen our own small businesses, because we're not just talking about small businesses, small pet shops, we're talking about an array of different small businesses and what certain types of anchor tenants can bring to a community can be beneficial and when you look at areas like sacramento street, there really aren't any. if you walk down chestnut and union, you'll see stores like apple and gap and other types of businesses like that. you won't see that down the sacramento dorcor. you will see it in laurel village but it doesn't
they say sacramento lawmakers are jeopardizing child care up and down the state. in 2008 i quit venture capital to follow my passion for food. i saw a gap in the market for a fresh culinary brand and launched behindtheburner.com. we create and broadcast content and then distribute it across tv, the web, and via mobile. i even use the web to get paid. with acceptpay from american express open, we now invoice advertisers and receive payments digitally. and i get paid on average three weeks faster. booming is never looking for a check in the mail. because it's already in my email. our state is in a real mess. and i'm not going to give you any phony plans or snappy slogans that don't go anywhere. we have to make some tough decisions. we have to live within our means. we have got to take the power from the state capitol and move it down to the local level, closer to the people. and no new taxes, without voter approval. we have got to pull together not as republicans or as democrats but as californians first. at this stage in my life, i'm prepared to do exactly that. >>> calfire moved quickly
aspira llegar al capitolio en sacramento------daniel rodriguez tiene los detalles--- ---cesar, se trata de meg withman, quien esta en el centro del torbellino, porque aparentemente estando conciente del estado legal en el pais de una de sus empleadas, la mantuvo en sus quehaceres en su casa--- ---pero vamos a los detalles--- ---pienso claramente que la inmigracion ilegal es un problema aqui en california y en el pais------daniel rodriguez: esto dijo recientemente meg withman durante una entrevista de radio------y no solo lo declara, sino que lo deja manifestado en un folleto de publicidad de su campana llamado contruir una nueva california, en donde claramente dice estar a favor de penas mas severas para empleadores que contraten trabajadores inducumentados y pide inspecciones en lugares de trabajo de empleadores que infringen la ley--- ---hoy la abogada gloria allred durante una conferencia de prensa en los angeles, hablo del caso de nicky diaz, quien trabajo como empleada domestica en la casa de meg withman, a pesar de ser indocumentada------argumenta la abogada que withman sabia de
in the area, this project is at the top of the list. some years later, we passed legislation in sacramento identify critical infrastructure projects which warranted some priority treatment. and there again you had this project. more recently, when the federal stimulus bill about building, we start looking with a regional partners and the federal government. again, this project was at the top of the list. so there is no question it is not just a milestone of this, but it is the entire phase one and phase two side of the safety work and the rest that we need to see through. thank you to everyone here today. we will continue to work together to get not only this part of the project done, but the entire project done, on time, and under budget. thank you for being here. [applause] >> thank you, mr. secretary. i just cannot imagine the federal highway administrator going back to washington to be asked how the event was and only remember him sitting next to me shivering. that does that bode well for us. we need to do better in the future. mr. administrator, we will that sure that we have better w
survival. tom is in sacramento with the latest. hello, tom. >> reporter: hello. we are eighth and capitol along the capitol mall. that is the state capitol on the west steps. we have thousands of evangelicals calling for what they say is the need for the restoration of traditional values and morality. just to the left here, you are going to see a large grassy area with a big screen and speakers. this area was designed for the crowd they expected, the overflow crowd. as you see, this entire area is empty. now we are going to pivot around and go down capitol mall to third street. we are talking about a seven block area. the entire area was closed. there are a series of large screens and speakers set up. they were hoping, the organizers expected to have as many as 50,000 people. we have a huge police presence, people on every block with all kind of things. you can see people sitting with water. for the large crowd, it has been a hot day, a lot of people staying in the shade. the large crowd didn't materialize. there are 5,000 to 7,000, perhaps 8,000 people. we have fiery speech, praise music
. organizers expected tens of thousands of people. our sacramento station has a look. >> reporter: a concert took place at the capitol, a huge crowd gathered. it was filmed by a professional camera crew and broadcast on megaprojection screens. this wasn't for a rock star. >> it's all about christ. he is our only hope. >> reporter: ralliers kale here for the call, a movement when 400,000 christians gathered in washington. the sacramento event expected 50,000 total. many came from other states. >> what happens here affects all of us in leadership whether for good or bad. i think to believe for change and break through and good things is the right thing. >> reporter: for many the rally and concert was a way to reach the youth. >> times are really tough right now. there are a lot of anxieties going on. they don't have solid ground to stand on. >> reporter: the mental was calling for the sanctity of traditional marriage and an end to prostitution and abortion. there were only a few onhand to protest. >> the first time i read the sign for the last marriage equality rally. the only reason gay peopl
to funding from sacramento, message is much different. >> sacramento is just saying not now. we don't have enough money. >> kathy is a director of child development center in july has had to layoff a third of the staff. >> they're not funding the need for quality child care. >> it's through a preschool to grade 12 approach. providing funding to support it. >> governor schwartzeneggar dropped by a sacramento grocery store today to assure shoppers that the eggs are safe. last month, an outbreak led to recall of 550 million eggs, the tainted eggs produced in iowa sickened nearly 1500 people. today, the governor stressed eggs produced in california were not included in the recall and they remained safe to eat. >> this is the igs have quality assurance. this is a program that is put in place a decade ago. since then, never had a problem with our eggs in california. >> the governor says he's a big fan of eggs, early in body building career he says he ate up to 12 per day. >> they need protein. and at store you can save a lot of money at the market without sacrificing quality and taste. >> very g
walking area like sacramento street might be. is the issue about money coming or staying in the city? i'm glad to report that my law office's main office is in san francisco. george, who is the leading -- one of the leading vocal ponents to this sent out an email that you may have seen that says, our new shipping and billing address is our address in berkeley. so apparently, their money is going outside the city. to stay with george for a moment. when the planning commission scrutinized george, the owner was quite clear to say, one, we're an international tourist destination, and two, our customers are loyal, they're not going anywhere else. so it's hard for george to say they're hurt when at the same time they say our customers will stay with us. so then the question we've been hearing from some of you over this is, what about the competitive impacts? and is formula retail about having no competition or not? and i was struggling with this so i tried to think, i canvass today a colleague of mine who used to work for one of the city's former antitrust lawyers, grandfather of one of your
measures for one woman. >> i come home at night i don't try to close down the bars of sacramento. >> it is like putting count dracula in charge of the blood bank. >> off the tv for an hour face to face political promises and personal jabs at tonight's big debate. >>> club scene where all the attention is on you and your cardio. an introduction to u jam. i am dana king. >> i am ken passty at that. a mystery in a san leandro neighbourhood a dead bear in front of a deli. it was out side the market. how a bear got there. >> why dump it in the street. what an inhumane thing. >> mario was stopping in at his san leandro taco shock sunday when he saw something unusual down the sidewalk >> i thought some body drunk my little kid thought a dog and as we got closer, holy smoke it is a bear. we don't think of a bear being here on the city sidewalk. >> reporter: it was a bear. a male black bear, 300 pounds, it had been shot in the shoulder. >> i have no idea how it got here. the best thought i got is someone or some people's joke. >> reporter: the zoo checked all its bears are accounted for
either in san leandro or sacramento. >>> now you can use your cell phone as a cash or credit card. all you need is a sticker. >> reporter: bling, a high-tech invasion. at palo alto city hall, you don't need cash or credit cards to pay for utility bills or tickets. it is taken straight from from their papal account. >> i've used it myself and it seems easy to do and to understand. >> reporter: just about everyone carries a cell phone these days. bling turns it into a mobile money machine. all you need is a bling tab on the back. and just like that can the transaction is done. almost immediately you get a text message about how much you spent. palo alto is the first city in california using the technology at city haul and saving money. that's because bling's fees are half what credit card companies charge businesses. >> right now it ranges 2-3.5%. really super outrageous. we spend thousands of dollars a month on credit card fees. >> reporter: that's why a hundred local businesses have become part of the bling nation. it's the name of the startup and it's based in palo alto. >> the phone
to take you live to sacramento county, california, where there is a tense and dangerous standoff between police with an armed and wanted man. you can see it is happening outside the mcdonald's. the suspect is in the car. he is wanted in washington state. he appeared to be, at least from some close-up pictures we saw on the phone talking to deputies. there's a special weapons unit there and a tactics team in the area. you can see that all those police cars have his car surrounded and, at one point, he quasi-seen throwing some things out of his car. we don't exactly know what they are. they say it's a stolen car and we also saw a police officer and a dog hunched down behind their police cars. so, we'll continue to follow this story for you out of sacramento county, california. >>> megan mccain unplugged. the daughter of john mccain tells jay leno what she really thought when her dad picked sarah palin as his running mate in the 2008 presidential race. >> like the rest of the country, i had no idea who she was and i was actually like crying on the bus on the way to the rally. i remember bei
praying and fasting in front of the state capitol in sacramento. the call to conscious was a rally against gay marriage, pornography and abortion. the event helped highlight what they call immoral laws being passed in sacramento. they want traditional marriage restored. proposition 8 approved by 52% of california voters outlawed same sex unions but last month the ban was struck down, ruled unconstitutional. today is the first gay pride celebration in oakland since 2004 with funding provided by the port of oakland. today is designated oakland pride day by a resolution passed by city council. the festivities will be held in the uptown district along 21st and franklin street from noon to six. there will be a diverse lineup of live entertainment and kids zones. of course food and live exhibits will be part of the fun. the long-term purpose is educate and promote equality, awareness and human rights in the community. up next why b.p. officials say the well that leaked all that oil in the gulf of mexico is no longer a threat. and officials surveyed the !%$ñ$ñ$ñ$ñ$ñ$ñ$ñchúiúiúiúiúiúi
of next week. not nearly as warm as it was this week. we will be right back. [ male announcer ] sacramento and silicon valley are only one hundred thirty miles apart. they may as well be on different planets. sacramento, mismanaged, ineffective. silicon valley gave us apple, intel, ebay. here meg whitman started with 30 people. led them. managed them. executed the plan that grew this main street company to fifteen thousand employees and made small business dreams come true. to change california let's send meg whitman up the road... about a hundred and thirty miles. ♪ gabriel slate's tech report >> this looks like clear wrap and it is right on your schedule like a piece of scotch tape. however, it is going to be incredibly strong. and it was our originally used for military for helicopter blades. and all over there are videos shown its incredible strength like this one of the invisible shield. when thousand pounds. >> and this is resisting a bowling ball. these are gimmicky and i will not do these but i will do these more practical ones. this feel that a panic and not be pushed through th
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